TusCon 40   Leave a comment

Believe it or not, a year has passed since the last time I attended a science fiction convention. I’m about to amend that by attending TusCon again this year.

I will be attending TusCon 40, this coming weekend, November 8, 9, and 10. My novels The Luck of Han’anga and Founders’ Effect will be available for sale at the Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore table in the dealer’s room.

Check here for the current program: http://tusconscificon.com/

I’m currently scheduled to participate in the following:

Has Future Shock Turned Into Future Fatigue? Sat.9am Ballroom

Mass Autograph Session Sat. 4pm Ballroom

Good Twists and Bad Twists: What are the keys to making plot twists unpredictable but still believable? 10pm Panel Room 1

How to Rewrite Right Sun. Noon. Ballroom

If you’re in town, check it out!

Posted November 2, 2013 by underdesertstars in Uncategorized

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